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The children who run away to work: Ethiopia’s hidden weavers

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15-year-old Temesgen weaves a cotton cloth while seated behind a loom in a workshop in Chencha, Ethiopia. June 3, 2021. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Emeline Wuilbercq
A teenage boy handweaves a traditional Ethiopian scarf in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. March 2021. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Emeline Wuilbercq
Mathewos, a 13-year-old weaver, uses a throw shuttle to weave a headscarf at his relative’s home in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. March 23, 2021. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Emeline Wuilbercq
Women look at traditional clothes displayed in the stores of Shiromeda market in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. July 23, 2021. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Emeline Wuilbercq
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